YaSabe introduces Local Search App

Hispanic Local Search Provider Ya Sabe launched an android application specifically designed for U.S. Hispanics. Now available for free download in the Android Marketplace, the new bilingual local search application helps users find local businesses and discover their options nearby -- all based on their location. Users can search and browse in Spanish or English and change the distance that they want to look to find out what's available around them. 

“YaSabe’s new mobile phone application is a first-of-its-kind”, said Fernando Fernandez, Director of Technology for YaSabe. “Wherever you are, it is always helpful to know what’s around you. With the new Android application from YaSabe, now you know!”

Hungry? No matter where you are, the YaSabe mobile application lets you know what kinds of restaurants are nearby. You can discover if there are coffee shops or parking lots nearby and find the closest gas stations and ATMs. The new YaSabe application provides phone-numbers and other information about the businesses nearby and directions to help you get there. For people that want help to selecting the right local business, the built-in Ayudame feature lets users ask YaSabe for help – right from their mobile device. 

The YaSabe Android application is available for download at www.yasabe.com and from the Android Marketplace. YaSabe will release similar next-generation mobile applications for the iPhone and for Windows Phone 7 in the near future.


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